Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Monica McAlister on 06/05/14 at 03:57 PM ET
Thanks for checking in with the Kukla’s Korner NHL Hat Trick Challenge final piece as the Stanley Cup final in now underway. As you hopefully know by now the National Hockey League and league sponsor Enterprise have partnered up for the NHL Hat Trick Challenge - an online prediction game featuring a series of questions to test hockey fans’ ability to predict various game outcomes.
The individual who scores the most hat tricks throughout the playoffs will win the Hat Trick Challenge and receive a trip for two to the 2015 NHL All-Star Game!
Today being the final Kukla’s Korner Hat Trick Challenge post I want to say thank you to those that have joined the league and played along. Don’t forget that those whom interact on Twitter using the official #NHLHatTrickChallenge hashtag will be entered for bonus prizes.
I created the Kukla’s Korner league as a public league already . Along with the league we will have posts about it, tweets, and some helpful commentary here on Kukla’s Korner but also on Twitter (@KuklasKorner and my personal account @MonicaMcAlister use the hashtag #NHLHatTrickChallenge to engage on Twitter as well today to go along with the NHL Hat Trick Challenge for bonus material and the additional prize giveaways!
Here are the questions for June 5th:
1. Will New York Score 3+ goals in Game 2? Yes or No
After going up 2-0 in Game one to lose in overtime look for the Rangers to push for a stronger start in Game 2 and try to have a larger lead. With a quick start and a peppering Kings netminder while crashing the crease look for 3+ goals from the Rangers.
2. Will Jarret Stoll have an assist in Game 2? Yes or No
Stoll is 16th for the Kings in assists this post season; so look for him to step it up and make a difference being this close to another Stanley Cup Championship.
3. Which team will win Game 2? Rangers or Kings
Playing in Los Angeles on Saturday the Kings took the early series lead; look for the Rangers to tie up the series before heading to New York.
This is a sponsored post with contest rules and giveaway prizes provided by Enterprise. I was compensated for this post. All opinions are my own.
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